“Joseph House has helped me in so many ways – from restoring my confidence so I can do positive things to helping me repair broken relationships with my children and other people I love. The team helped me realize I need to man up and do things for myself; to set goals and attain them. […]
I was born in Cincinnati in the 1980s. I would describe my family as “dysfunctional,” and it had a tremendous affect on me. Growing up, my family moved across the river to Kentucky. I don’t think my parents understood that no matter where you go, the problems tend to follow. The move did not prove […]
Recovery does not end with rehab. Giving our veterans the tools they need for the long haul is a vital part of helping them to achieve success. Just ask Harry K. His addiction was trigged by physical and mental abuse that he suffered at the hands of a family member during his childhood. “That person […]
Effective July 1, veterans who are not homeless can participate in outpatient programs Joseph House offers, including the Tristate’s nearly 10,000 female veterans.
The season of giving may be over, but the needs of the veterans at Joseph House remain.
Joseph House sat down with WCPO’s Craig McKee on Tuesday, January 23, to talk about how a new approach to treatment can help end homelessness.
Nate Pelletier, executive director at Joseph House, joined the 55KRC-AM Morning Show on Tuesday, Oct. 3.